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. >>> and a place called hangover heaven that will take care of what ails you after some new year's partying. >> that was genius! >> what's the key to his hangover cure? >> meet the man behind the cure and find out. >> well, there's actually medications involved. >>> well, guys, the snow has fallen. first we've got buddy, the dog, in montreal, canada. that place just got dumped on. there's a car. you can barely see it. >> doesn't buddy's head look like he's wearing -- he is wearing a coat! >> buddy is wearing a parka. he's pouncing around, having a good time. >> the coat covers buddy's back but he's on his belly, on his paws and stuff. >> but he's a canadian dog. he's probably used to stuff like this. >> this is in mt. charleston, nevada. people sled riding down the hill. love doing this kind of thing. watch these two here. looks like they might be on one of those little saucer sleds. >> oh, oh, oh, oh! >> they quickly get turned around and start heading down the hill backwards and that person is not paying attention at all. you hear the camera man say watch out. >> watch out! >> who has the
heaven that will take care of what ails you after some new year's partying. >> that was genius! >> what's the key to his hangover cure? >> meet the man behind the cure and find out. >> well, there's actually medications involved. oh, you have a keurig vue brewer? oh, it's great! now i can brew my coffee just the way i love it. how do you do that? well, inside the brewer, there's this train that's powerful enough to carry more coffee and fresh water to make coffee that's stronger and bigger... and even hotter! actually, i just press this button. brew the coffee you love -- stronger, bigger, or hotter -- with the keurig vue. >>> well, guys, the snow has fallen. first we've got buddy, the dog, in montreal, canada. that place just got dumped on. there's a car. you can barely see it. >> doesn't buddy's head look like he's wearing -- he is wearing a coat! >> buddy is wearing a parka. he's pouncing around, having a good time. >> the coat covers buddy's back but he's on his belly, on his paws and stuff. >> but he's a canadian dog. he's probably used to stuff like this. >> this is in mt. charles
and training staff. today is ground hog day. we have the right to claim baseball heaven. this is the mecca of baseball, san francisco california. i think people forgot this team won 94 games in the regular season in a division that is probably as under rated as any division in sports. beat two excellent teams to win the national league and go on to detroit and unfortunately with detroit with all due respect they didn't know what they were in for. [cheers and applause] you fans, this city, this organization, this team wants all of us, or tries to make all of us better men, better people, better husbands, better friends. larry alluded to it the life lessons watching these guys perform everyday and we have a phrase for it "feeding the beast". this game is a rugged game and like life you need to put a lot into it and they became teammates and competed like nobody has seen. i am humbled to be part of this. i am so happy for all our family and friends and this is why we do this, and you folks will be etched in time and in history as one of the greatest teams not only in san francisco history
: it's everybody. >> even the rich. >> stephanie: even your favorite top 1 percenters. >> good heaven's that lunch money. >> that's the electricity bill for mitt romney's car elevator. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: they held more negotiations yesterday, but neither side showed a willingness to give ground. the president said we make tough spending cuts on things we don't need, and we ask the wealthiest americans to pay their part. it's almost like a movie you don't need to pay attention to yet. >> yeah or i'll read the synopsis online. >> stephanie: i'll get the cliff notes. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: the white house spokesman said i can only believe the president will find something acceptable. what stage are they at after the election bargaining depression where are they? we need to let them get through that first. it always comes out the same it shows the americans would blame republicans if the country went over the cliff. bob corker called for a quick deal. he said right now there is no question in my mind that the president has the
're going to move heaven and earth to get there, what's wrong with that >> because i come from a view of the economy which says that interest rates should be the product of supply and demand. i know they are not. i know the federal reserve has the lawful authority to set them, in my view that's a violation of the constitution and a violation of our fundamental right to participate in the free market. but we have to live with it. so now you're basically asking me is this a wise economic move or a permissible constitutional move? stuart: no i'm asking you is it a wise economic move? we have carol roth reformed investment banker, i will ask the same question. >> all right. you also have an investment guru. stuart: i'm sorry, charles. is it a good economic policy >> no, it is not a good economic policy. stuart: why not? >> it is a stunt to make his decisions appear credible, likable, and soundly grounded. basically the federal reserve is trying to run say way from itself because every time it puts its big thumb on the scale of the free market, it imbalances market forces. it creates false
don't think he really gets to grips what america is all about and our constitution, for heaven's sake, i don't think the guy gets it, that's my opinion. you go. >> well, listen, piers and i have gone back and forth with many issues that pertain to america and that's how this whole thing started where i was simply trying to explain the intention behind the constitution, the fact that our rights to bear arms shall not be infringed upon and that's what i believe. so, it's a very spirited debate and i believe it's fine to debate the issues, i believe we have to debate the issues, but we should keep it to the issues and the intention of the issues and not make it personal. and that's what i take offense. >> i don't think his left wing, right wing, i don't think it's conservative, liberal, i don't think it's that, i think it's about the constitution. that's what i think it's about. >> it's about the constitution, stuart, and it's also about personal responsibility and accountability and i think that that that's the challenge and dialog we're having from everything from the fiscal cliff and
said in that moment the voice of heaven itself was silent. and then he did something very uncharacteri uncharacteristic. he gave up. and he never marshalled those formidable political skills again because he believed -- he chose to believe -- let me put it that way -- he chose to believe it was an intractable political problem for his generation. >> sorry, go ahead, mike. >>ist just going to say, to use your phrase, when you wag your finger at history, you'd best keep your eyes open and look at the whole landscape. >> and now, i mean, my sense -- my argument about this is that the moral utility of history is that we can look back. we learn from the sins and omissions of the past, but the use of that is to sharpen our own moral antenna for our own time. because if one generation's accepted practice, 40 years ago in my native region we weren't letting african-americans vol s for god's sake. it's not as if he was the only thing standing between abolition and slavery. >> people have known about this hypocrisy for a long time, right? >> yes. >> well, of course, sally hemmings knows how i wo
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kind of says he went to heaven he was in this state where he wasn't quite dead but he was almost dead and he came back. those are fascinating to us who do believe, all right? it reinforces our belief. do you anticipate this special that you are doing is going to reinforce the religious beliefs of the audience? >> most americans believe. i want to change their minds but we have skeptics on who will challenge these scientists. we will see where it goes. >> all right. so you are going to have the other side that are going to say hey, no. but the other side doesn't have it i have interviewed all the top atheists in the world and they can never explain how the universe got here and they can admit it we really don't know but we will know. to me i'm a simple man, stossel, you know that better than anyone because have you known me for decades. i'm a very very simple guy. i get up, i see the seasons change. i see the sun go down. i see the tide go, in the tide go out and yeah you morons out there you can see the moon does it how did the moon get there, okay? it all works too well. lack at the
and skate in heaven.referring to the victim's love of skateboarding. police say scott hickerson was on his skateboard as he crossed the sidewalk right over there.at around 4:30 friday evening. he was in that crosswalk when he was hit by a suv driven by a 21 year old clayton woman traveling eastbound on monument blvd. the victim landed here in the intersection. he was transported to john muir hospital where he died of his injuries. police are still talking to witnesses and are trying to determine who had the green light. although i spoke with a witness who did not want to appear on camera who says the driver ran the red light. police say the driver is cooperating and has not been charged with any crime at this point. they say there were no obvious signs that she was under the influence of drugs of alcohol although they are running testsand there is no evidence to suggest she was talking or texting on a cell phone. they say at this point it appears to be a tragic accident. maureen kelly kron4 news. >>pam: >>jacqueline: it was a gorgeous day. '60s and '70s and a number of locations. 68 degree
out about this guy, this doctor who is going to die and then he kind of says he went to heaven he was in this state where he wasn't quite dead but he was almost dead and he came back. those are fascinating to us who do believe, all right? it reinforces our belief. do you anticipate this special that you are doing is going to reinforce the religious beliefs of the audience? >> most americans believe. i want to change their minds but we have skeptics on who will challenge these scientists. we will see where it goes. >> all right. so you are going to have the other side that are going to say hey, no. but the other side doesn't have it i have interviewed all the top atheists in the world and they can never explain how the universe got here and they can admit it we really don't know but we will know. to me i'm a simple man, stossel, you know that better than anyone because have you known me for decades. i'm a very very simple guy. i get up, i see the seasons change. i see the sun go down. i see the tide go, in the tide go out and yeah you morons out there you can see the moon does it h
how you felt about life and earth and humanity and the heavens when you were that far away from earth. will you share that? >> i remember that. well, i remember that, bill. you know, people want to know how did you feel, what did you think? the lasting memory for me is not just stepping on the moon, because a lot of people had done it before i did it, but just to be there, to pinch yourself, am i really there at that period of time in my life, and look back at the earth. your identity with reality, it's all you understand. i mean if you look at the beauty of the earth surrounded by the infinite black necessary, the endlessness of space and time, bill i think that's what we talked about, you just can't come back and not be somewhat changed in your beliefs, because the earth moves with the multicolors of the oceans and the blue of the snow and the blue of the oceans and the whites of the snow and the clouds and the earth doesn't tumble through space, it moves with purpose and with dignity, and with beauty beyond -- beyond your imagination, and it's a paradox to look at the earth in sunl
to come help them if, heaven forbid, they do get kidnapped. since 2000, about 3 dozen civilians kidnapped in afghanistan. wolf. >> given the dangers, are pentagon official, other u.s. official, urging american, despite the good intention, to stay away from these very dangerous areas? >> reporter: well, there have been cautions for years, especially aid workers who typically travel with very minimal security, with a very low footprint. because they're out there to do their good works and not to show any inadvertent hostilities. so these aid workers are always at risk. they have suffered a lot over the years in afghanistan. they are always told to be careful, wolf. >> they should be, all right, thanks very, barbara starr. >>> millions of fans are mourning the death of the mexican-american singer and reality tv star jenni rivera. what a tragic death. >> another sad story. investigators are trying to determine what caused the plane crash that killed jenni rivera and six others in mexico after a weekend concert there. 43-year-old rivera was one of the top stars of the music called bandi. she s
. engineered to move heaven and earth. ♪ guts. glory. ram. ♪ when we got married. i had three kids. and she became the full time mother of three. it was soccer, and ballet, and cheerleading, and baseball. those years were crazy. so, as we go into this next phase, you know, a big part of it for us is that there isn't anything on the schedule. >> steve: time for news by the numbers. from the control room, first, $750,000, that's how much a woman is being sued for after posting a one star review on the web site, yelp. she claims the contractor failed to do the job. now he's suing for defamation. we'll keep you posted. next, $450, that's how much a starbucks card of steel costs. the super gift card comes with special perks, because it includes free refills. only 5,000 steel cards being manufactured. finally, $756,000. that's how much don larson's perfect game jerseys sold for last night. the former new york yankees pitcher will use the money to pay for his grandchildren's college tuition. that's fantastic. speaking of sports, here is the sports guy. >> brian: sports commentator bob costas spark
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. they are really with the angels in heaven now. the work and the response of the first responders, and that, they have gone through and the carnage that they witnessed, and yet you talk to some of them, and they are guilty that they didn't get there earlier and couldn't stop them. they did more than could be asked of anybody. the teachers, the stories that come out about the heroism. i remember long ago i heard steve say the definition of courage is grace under pressure. it is grace in a moment of terror. the single-mindedness of grace. those putting their lives on the line to protect the children. let us speak the truth. there were hundreds of children and not building. there could have been hundreds more that were targets of this madman. we are wounded, but i will tell you that the world is wounded. someone sent me the other night at the service that he was so touched that he had received a bundle of letters from schoolchildren in russia. and it reminded me that there was an incident in russia years ago where a gunman went into a schoolhouse and wantonly killed children and the monsignor
, they will go to heaven if they have committed a sin against the revolution, they have received their punishment. this is how the system was working back then in the 1980's. is a different type of system now. you have the revolutionary guard officers which are a new generation of iranians. they are replacing the old clerical class. the old clerical class spent its time that universe to agree the new generation spent its youth at the iran-iraq war. also a world war i. the germans wanted to correct the injustice of the past. that was more important than making germany a better country in the 1930's and 1940's. unfortunately, we see a similar tendency among these revolutionary guard officers. they no longer have a religious-based the same with the clerks have but they are using terror in order to control the population particularly, they are fond of show trials. we have people who were the rulers of iran and the 1980's who today themselves have become prey to the system they created. they have become prey to the system. the show up at trials and later confessed being agents for the cia and the moss
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